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What programs are out there besides Everest, CPUZ, and speedfan that will monitor system voltages? I am trying to find out if my 12v rails as well as other power connections are giving sufficient power output.
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post #2 of 5
sisandra

But what you have should tell you what you need to know
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I will try sisandra. The following programs I listed I've tried, but they seem to either be giving false readings or inaccurate readings, unless my PSU is bad. In which case I am trying to find out. Thanks.

If there are any other programs you guys know of, let me know. Thanks
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kingston hyper x LG antec kuhler 620 windows 7 
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My brisbane doesn't play nice with them either. 2 different NEW psu's are showing + 12 volt rails at 10.8 volts (no way)

So if you find something that works LET ME KNOW
post #5 of 5
Voltage measuring programs are useless- They have consistently underreported and overreported figures that I know to be correct by using a digital multimeter. Buy a 20 buck multimeter at Home Depot and save yourself the hassle of wondering.
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